Husband and father Chris Vaughn was found limping away from his SUV along a highway with two non-fatal gunshot wounds during the early morning of June 14, 2007. His children, 12-year-old Abigayle, 11-year-old Cassandra, and 8-year-old Blake, were found dead, seated together in the rear passenger seat, each shot twice. The body of Chris’ wife, Kimberly, was in the front passenger seat, slumped over the center console with a single contact gunshot wound under her chin. The gun lay at Kimberly’s feet.
 
Five years later, a jury convicted Chris of murdering his family. He is now serving four life sentences.
 

However, Bill Clutter, who was court-appointed as the fact investigator on the case in 2007, claims that Chris is an innocent man. “Chris was the only person that walked away from that alive – but yet, he was unable to explain what happened,” Clutter says. “Based on what I know about the case, his case is a travesty of justice.”
 
Hear what Clutter claims happened after Vaughn was found, in the video above.
 
On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, “Murder in the Suburbs,” Vaughn’s parents appear in their first television interview and explain why they believe their son is innocent. And on Tuesday, “Murder in the Suburbs: Inside the SUV,” Clutter does a reenactment of the crime scene based on Vaughn’s claims in a letter Vaughn wrote that he says show Vaughn didn’t murder his family. Plus, hear from the former Assistant State’s Attorney who believes Chris is right where he belongs. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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